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Business Intelligence Status Report
Spurred by government mandates for more business transparency, business intelligence has emerged to extract information from ERP systems. How has BI emerged? What does the terminology surrounding it mean, and what is its current state of affairs?

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: Business Intelligence Status Report Business Intelligence Status Report Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - June 27, 2005 Read Comments History and Current Status Economic and regulatory pressures have made a broad set of technologies called business intelligence (BI), more important than ever for all enterprise application users. Users rarely feel satisfied with the amount of information they can extract, if they can extract any at all, from their enterprise applications. Enterprise resource planning
6/27/2005

Contemporary Business Intelligence Tools
Tools under the business intelligence (BI) umbrella combine to convert data into information, and information into decisions for action. Dashboards and scorecards are two such tools. Though often confused, they have functional difference, especially in modern BI suites.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: Contemporary Business Intelligence Tools Contemporary Business Intelligence Tools Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - June 28, 2005 Read Comments Contemporary BI Tools Contemporary business intelligence (BI) solutions should enable business users to easily author, publish, and distribute enterprise reports via a fully integrated report writer, with an easy-to-use report-creation wizard. Users will also have the power to customize and tailor reports to specific information needs. Report writing and
6/28/2005

Essential Business Intelligence
Business intelligence (BI) exists in many corners of a company, and even outside its walls. BI is hidden in industry publications, staff knowledge, market research, sales data, project schedules, spreadsheets, and packaged and legacy software applications. Without a true and complete picture of all available data and information, you cannot effectively plan for success or appropriately leverage a BI system. Learn more.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: Essential Business Intelligence Essential Business Intelligence Source: Elegant MicroWeb Document Type: White Paper Description: Business intelligence (BI) exists in many corners of a company, and even outside its walls. BI is hidden in industry publications, staff knowledge, market research, sales data, project schedules, spreadsheets, and packaged and legacy software applications. Without a true and complete picture of all available data and information, you cannot effectively plan for success or
7/1/2009 4:14:00 AM

How Business Intelligence Happens
Find out how business intelligence (BI) happens!Download free TEC white papers and learn how to implement a BI system in your organization. Traditionally, business intelligence (BI) isn’t something you just install onto a server or client computer—which may be why some midsize companies have avoided it. Learn the basic processes by which BI is introduced into an environment, find out why it’s traditionally a time‐consuming and expensive proposition for most companies, and discover some of the ways in which you can implement BI more easily and for less money.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: How Business Intelligence Happens How Business Intelligence Happens Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: Traditionally, business intelligence (BI) isn’t something you just install onto a server or client computer—which may be why some midsize companies have avoided it. Learn the basic processes by which BI is introduced into an environment, find out why it’s traditionally a time‐consuming and expensive proposition for most companies, and discover some of the ways in which you can
3/31/2010 1:24:00 PM

Business Intelligence Best Practices: Simplify the Reporting Landscape
Best practices for reporting have often been overlooked. Most of the time we focus on eye candy—such as dashboards—and overlook report generation and report production, which are crucial concepts at the heart of business intelligence (BI). Learn more about the current reporting situation, and learn about ways to use reporting tools to improve the reporting processes in your company and make them more efficient.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: Business Intelligence Best Practices: Simplify the Reporting Landscape Business Intelligence Best Practices: Simplify the Reporting Landscape Source: Oracle Document Type: White Paper Description: Best practices for reporting have often been overlooked. Most of the time we focus on eye candy—such as dashboards—and overlook report generation and report production, which are crucial concepts at the heart of business intelligence (BI). Learn more about the current reporting situation, and learn about
4/22/2009 8:55:00 AM

Connected Intelligence: An Aspiring Approach to Planning and Reporting
Most companies are not operating at a high-quality financial management. Budgeting is slow, re-forecasting is infrequent, monthly reports lack key information, and what-if analyses are incomplete or impossible. With Adaptive Planning, companies can elevate their financial management by creating better connections—within financial plans and reports, between organizations and teams, and among professionals across the globe.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: Distribution Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
4/7/2011 4:18:00 PM

CRM ROI: Creating a Business Case
Companies need to implement serious yardstick work when seeking to evaluate CRM-software investments. This involves creating a cost-benefit analysis, determining the tangible and intangible benefits, and the risks involved with CRM implementation.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: CRM ROI: Creating a Business Case CRM ROI: Creating a Business Case Tom Pisello - July 23, 2004 Read Comments Introduction Getting a read on the return on investment (ROI) of customer relationship management (CRM) from analysts is near impossible today. Several 2003 reports claimed the ROI from CRM implementations was dismal, with 8 out of 10 projects failing to deliver on ROI promises, and 50-70 percent typical project failure rates.(1) Some of this year s reports are more optimistic, with about 52
7/23/2004

A New Approach to Business Intelligence: Rapid-fire BI
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BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: A New Approach to Business Intelligence: Rapid-fire BI A New Approach to Business Intelligence: Rapid-fire BI Source: Tableau Software Document Type: Brochure Description: ... A New Approach to Business Intelligence: Rapid-fire BI style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: Tableau Software Learn more about Tableau Software Readers who downloaded this brochure also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation Mobile Applications for Human Resources: The
2/15/2012 9:52:00 AM

Distilling Data: The Importance of Data Quality in Business Intelligence
As an enterprise’s data grows in volume and complexity, a comprehensive data quality strategy is imperative to providing a reliable business intelligence environment. This article looks at issues in data quality and how they can be addressed.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: of Data Quality in Business Intelligence Distilling Data: The Importance of Data Quality in Business Intelligence Anna Mallikarjunan - July 17, 2009 Read Comments The zeal to get as much business data to the user as soon as possible often prevails over the establishment of processes that control the quality of data. Low data quality standards can lead to bad business decisions and missed opportunities. Even with a data warehouse that is well designed and equipped with the best tools for business
7/17/2009

Improve Profitability with Customer Intelligence
The white paper improving your customer life cycle management shows how small and midsized businesses can enjoy virtually seamless front-to-back-of...

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: be shared effectively, and business processes that are prone to errors, delays, and unnecessary paperwork. Over the long term, this turns into poorer customer service and spiraling transactional costs. But it doesn t have to be that way. The white paper Improving Your Customer Life Cycle Management shows how small and midsized businesses can enjoy virtually seamless front-to-back-office integration. And the benefits are many: improved customer intelligence reduced costs increased profitability better
7/9/2009

Debunking the Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies
Discover the top three myths of business intelligence (BI) for midsize companies.Become an expert of business intelligence. Read this whitepaper! There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize companies can and do benefit from a variety of tools built specifically for the midsize market that are often easier, less expensive, and faster to adopt and use than the ones designed for giant enterprises. Learn the truth behind the top three myths about BI.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PORTAL SAP: Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies Debunking the Top Three Myths of Business Intelligence for Midsize Companies Source: IBM Document Type: White Paper Description: There is a belief that midsize companies simply can’t afford, can’t handle, or can’t appreciate business intelligence (BI)—but that’s simply not true. Midsize companies can and do benefit from a variety of tools built specifically for the midsize market that are often easier, less expensive, and faster to
3/31/2010 1:26:00 PM


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